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LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT ONLINE: COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF LINGUISTIC RELATIVITY
The voluminous literature on linguistic relativity has concerned itself primarily with the search for influences of particular languages on nonlinguistic cognition in situations in which language isExpand
Children use canonical sentence schemas: A crosslinguistic study of word order and inflections
Abstract We propose that children construct a canonical sentence schema as a preliminary organizing structure for language behavior. The canonical sentence embodies the typical features of completeExpand
Thinking for Speaking
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (1987), pp. 435-445
What makes manner of motion salient? Explorations in linguistic typology, discourse, and cognition
Languages differ considerably in the attention that they pay to manner as a dimension of motion events. One factor that seems to influence attention to manner is a language’s lexicalization pattern.Expand
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